Where Do Birds Sleep in Winter?

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Basically, birds sleep in any place where they are safe and can stay warm. On extremely cold nights, such as winter, birds reduce further heat loss by burying their naked body parts into their warm feathers.
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Birds usually sleep standing up unless they are in a nest. Most birds are very light sleepers and will tuck their head under their wing to get a little shut eye. For more information
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They don't sleep as such. They migrate to somewhere warmer.
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Birds don't sleep in their nests year round.they may sleep in them during the breeding season if they happen to have one.but birds don't keep nests in the winter, they are made for
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